It's Election Day! Here are 20 things to think about

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It's election day!

What better time to review some of the big issues that have defined the campaign before you head to the polls and vote. rabble is here for you, friends.

First, and most importantly, we're going to say it again: vote! rabble.ca has all the information a voter might need at GO VOTE before they head to the poll.

Let's get started, shall we?

  • To begin: a useful primer if you're still confused about how to vote under Fair Election Act. You can! Here's how!
  • Still questioning whether you should vote? We think you (and your friends!) should just do it. Here's all the voter mobilization and information tools you could want at our GO VOTE page.
  • Are you in a Conservative swing riding? Check out our Votes Count Here series which takes a look at some of the closest ridings in the country.
  • Attention! When you're voting, check your ballot! There have been some printing errors reported and you don't want your vote counted as spoiled.
  • Need something to listen to on your way to the polls? rabble's Parliamentary correspondent Karl Nerenberg has been podcasting this election. Listen to this special series here.
  • And let's not forget Islamophobia reared it's ugly head this election. But Ehab Lotayef has some thoughts for any Arabs and muslims who might be wondering how they should vote.
  • Will the new boss be the same as the old boss? Michael Keefer's been looking back on voter suppression in Canada and the robocall scandal.
  • Have you ever wondered what it might be like to be a Tory insider? Look no further than this report on statements by MP Brent Rathgeber.
  • Our northern blogger Lewis Rifkind has been following Yukon's electoral race. If you're interested in that, may we suggest reading this entire blog?

 

See you at the polls, friends.

 

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